MONTHLY TREE CARE CHAT with Q&A

with Greg Peterson and Janis Norton

FREE CLASSES TO GET YOUR FRUIT TREE QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
On the
Second Tuesday at 6pm AZ/MST


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This event was created for the Central & Southern Arizona (low desert growing) region so the start time will be 6pm MST year round.

STANDARD time
5pm Pacific / 6pm Mountain / 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern
and
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS

6pm Pacific / 6pm Mountain / 8pm Central / 9pm Eastern

Here's what to expect:

  • This is primarily content for growing in the low desert and hot climate. So or people outside of that area note that all the things we talk about may or may not be relevant for your area.
  • Free Live Zoom classes to support you as you plant and maintain fruit trees that thrive and produce for years to come.
  • Monthly tips & fertilization reminders and opportunities to get your fruit tree questions/challenges addressed
  • If you miss a class, they will be added as video replays to our Fruit Tree Member Portal.
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Meet Your Hosts

Greg Peterson

Greg Peterson

Founder,
Urban Farm Nursery & Urban Farm U

Farmer Greg has been digging his toes into the earth, listening to the plants, and experimenting with progressive permaculture techniques in his yard for over 40 years. His 1/3-acre home in Phoenix, AZ has been converted into an entirely edible landscape which he periodically opens to the community for tours and classes, and his Fruit Tree Program has resulted in the planting of over 10,000 fruit trees. Greg's passion is seeing others discover that they can grow food successfully, and his mission is to show that they too can realize the power, joy and deliciousness of urban farming!

Janis Norton

Janis Norton

General Manager,
Urban Farm Nursery

Janis is the glue that holds the Nursery together, and loves setting up the systems that help our Fruit Tree Program run successfully. However, as a scientist with a love of engineering, she was truly interested in the how's and why's of healthy soil, the ecology in the soil, and the mechanics of how successful plants get established in the soil. Between her studies, her work with Urban Farm, and taking Master Gardener courses - she was hooked. Now she wants to help others understand the beauty of how planting trees can work for them.